| Actor, film director|
| Andrei Smirnov|
| Andrei Sergeyevich Smirnov|
12 March 1941 (age 74) (1941-03-12) Moscow, USSR (now Russia)
Yelena Prudnikova (m. 1975)
Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography
Avdotya Smirnova, Aglaya Smirnova, Aleksey Smirnov, Aleksandra Smirnova
Elena, The Byelorussian Station, His Wife's Diary, Two Days, The Idiot
Daria Ekamasova, Avdotya Smirnova, Natalya Rudnaya, Andrey Zvyagintsev, Sergey Smirnov
Andrei Smirnov (actor) Wikipedia
Andrei Sergeyevich Smirnov (Russian: Андpeй Сepгeeвич Смирнов; born 12 March 1941, Moscow) is a Russian actor and film director who is known for directing the films Angel (1967), Belarus Station (1973) and Autumn (1974). He was a member of the jury at the 38th Berlin International Film Festival in 1988.Belorussian station (1970) as director
Elena (2011) as actor
Once Upon a Time There Lived a Simple Woman (2011) as director
Order For Merit to the Fatherland, 4th class
People's Artist of the Russian Federation
Grand Prize at the I Festival of contemporary cinema in Karlovy Vary (1971) - for the film "Belorussian Station"
For his performance as the writer Ivan Bunin in "His Wife's Diary", Smirnov won several awards:
Frieda B. Prize at the VI International Human Rights Film Festival "Stalker" (2000)
Best Actor prize - Minsk International Film Festival Listapad (2000)
Best Actor prize - National Prize of the Russian Academy of Cinema Arts (Nika Prize) (2000)
Best Actor prize - 7th Gatchina Festival "Literature and Cinema" (2001)
Prize of the President of the Festival, XIX Festival in Vyborg (August 2011) - for "Window to Europe"
Grand Prize at the 22nd Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr (June 2011)
Nika Prize (2011) - for the film "Once Upon a Time There Lived a Simple Woman" in the "Best Screenplay" and his film named "Best Feature Film"